How do I manage the security of my Drupal 6 site?

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In our last post we talked about how the Drupal Community is supporting Drupal 6 after its end-of-life and what that means for your Drupal 6 site.  In this post we’ll get a bit more technical and talk about what exactly you need to do to keep your website up to date. Step #1: Getting… Read more »

The roles of the web and how to break in

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Over the holidays my brother in-law was asking about the world of the web, and how he might start a career in the industry. I started thinking about all the different disciplines involved in creating a website and I realized that this was going to be bigger than just a few words in between bites… Read more »

Front-end Code Review Fundamentals

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We’ve been thinking about code reviews lately here at Advomatic.  Fellow Advo-teammate Oliver’s previous post covered the whys of our code review process, and Sarah covered the hows when she did a overview of some tools we use regularly.  This post focuses on the front-end side, and deals more with the whats of front-end code… Read more »

Drupal Code Review Tools & Resources

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Code reviews are a regular part of our project process and give us the opportunity to catch bugs and standardize code before work is tested by our project leads or clients. You can read more about our code review philosophy in our last post. This post aims to give an overview of some of the… Read more »

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Code Reviews

Code reviews, or the practice of going over another’s code, have become an integral part of our team’s development workflow. There are several types of code reviews, but this article will focus on a few key scenarios where code reviews have served to significantly enhance our process and the quality of our work. At Advomatic,… Read more »

Infographic: Site Building in Drupal 8

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We just launched our first Drupal 8 website for the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance (NAMA). During our project retrospective, a few of us brought up how nice it was that so many contrib modules that were part of the D6 site weren’t necessary in Drupal 8 – this was a major factor in making it possible to launch… Read more »

Upgrading to Drupal 8: through the client’s eyes

The Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance (NAMA) advocates for healthy marine ecosystems. Through their site, namanet.org, they organize and promote a movement toward a thriving ocean and a just seafood system. Having helped create the original Drupal 6 site for NAMA in 2008, it’s been a rewarding experience re-architecting it in Drupal 8 (beta). The main purpose… Read more »

Building Sites in Drupal 8: First Impressions

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  We recently finished building our first Drupal 8 site for a client. So I wanted to ask our team, “What did you like about working in Drupal 8?” These were some of the topics they touched on. Content editing Amanda: The UI for editing content is very good, with contextual links much more useful… Read more »

Adding Responsive Images to Your Drupal 8 Site

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Cowritten by Jack Haas and Amanda Luker Celebrating the first release candidate for Drupal 8, the Advomatic team has been testing things out, diving into not-so-well documented (yet!) waters. Here’s a little tutorial for doing something that had us scratching our heads for a bit: adding responsive images in Drupal 8. Here’s what you will need:… Read more »